Another great looking carpentry item is the shoe cabinet that welcomes guests as they enter the apartment. The designer uses similar wooden laminate, albeit a little lighter than the one for the TV feature wall. Placing a display niche in the middle mixes up the shoes cabinet and gives it playfulness, while the lower carved in section is a nice touch for storing shoes.
What is common for both Scandinavian and industrial style is the use of neutral colors, mostly white and cream colors for the background of the interior. In this case, however, the designer adds a twist by using more lively colors.
You can never say this HDB BTO flat lacks warmth and comfort. And creativity should be the second name of this home.
It is nearly impossible not to notice the lines on the wall in the living room and the kitchen which knit one form of...